Thu, Oct 19 - Sun, Oct 22 2023

Jada Paris 2023,

Paris, Île-de-France, France Paris, Île-de-France, France
One Sponsor Confirmed

  • About the event

    THE JADA ART MOVEMENT in collaboration with NEFTING (nefting.com), a brand new NFT-based social media platform for digital artists, announces this valuable opportunity for artists to explore the ever-evolving physical and virtual art realms, with physical exhibitions at JADA’s Art Fairs in Paris (October 19-22, 2023) and Miami (December 7-10, 2023).

    The JADA/NEFTING collaboration opens up new global avenues for artists to showcase their works and engage with a borderless audience through the power of NFTs and the METAVERSE. In combination with on-site exhibitions in two of the world’s most important Art Weeks – Paris and Miami – JADA will serve as a gateway for traditional artists to enter the NFT and METAVERSE world. JADA will provide hands-on guidance and mentorship, as it promotes an all-inclusive approach to the role of the fine artist in the Here & Now.

    Why should you sponsor?

    About Us: Jada Art is a leading organizer of international art fairs, showcasing exceptional contemporary artworks and fostering creative connections. Since 2019, we have been curating vibrant art experiences during Miami Art Week, and since 2020, we have extended our reach to Paris, coinciding with renowned events like Art Basel Paris+ and FIAC.

    Why Sponsor Jada Art? Align your brand with artistic excellence and gain unparalleled exposure to a diverse and engaged audience. By sponsoring Jada Art, you'll not only support the global arts community but also position your brand at the forefront of creative innovation.

    Samuel Loetscher

    JÔNATAS and Dana Blickensderfer would first cross paths in 2016 during Miami Art Week. Dana, a businesswoman and visual artist, would arrange to meet JÔNATAS, a professor and multimedia visual artist, through Kelly Murray, a common acquaintance who had just directed JÔNATAS’ art auction fundraising gala for St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital.

    As Dana hosted a Youtube series on the challenges of being a South Floridian artist relocating from New York, Dana felt compelled to join JÔNATAS for his solo exhibit during the 2016 Miami Art Basel Week, as she also exhibited her own collection at a local art show. Besides her prolific art studio practice, Dana’s main commitment was to shine a light on the local art scene, mainly by showing its strength, potential, and raw power. JÔNATAS on the other hand, was an aggressive artist-scholar, first-generation Brazilian-American immigrant, who dedicated as much to his writings and publishing as he did to the expansion of his paintings and installations on the topic of Diaspora Identities.

    Quickly after their first meeting, Dana and JÔNATAS would find a deep sense of connection, which would eventually develop into the founding of The Wandering Masters Art Salon – meant to ignite the passion for the arts through 19th century salon-style group exhibits – which focused on promoting the artist experience without boundaries or bias, not shying away from bringing together the familiar with the progressive, and the traditional with the controversial.

    From 2016 to 2018 the Wandering Masters Art Salon would promote intense conversation through in-person and podcast interviews, on-site and virtual exhibits, and immersive art experiences. One of its main accomplishments was an exhibit at CAMEO – Miami Beach’s largest night club – which would bring together thousands of people for a multidimensional art show. The exhibit’s highlights were a large-scale time-based projection on outside the building – visible by thousands from Washington Avenue in Miami Beach – and a public performance dinner that focused on the 2018 American Immigration Crisis.


    As the Wandering Masters Art Salon became more complex, with an ideological discourse perceptually further detached from the post-Modernism held by most American contemporary art players (in Academia, the museum, and the gallery world), JÔNATAS and Dana Blickensderfer realized it was time to understand, process, and formalize this evolution.

    And so, in 2018 JÔNATAS received Dana at his Wynwood art studio in Miami, where for many hours they discussed over coffee their newfound sense of identity. As they examined their thoughts and intentions, they got closer to understanding what truly set them apart from all other art collectives and players:

    They realized they functioned as a didactive, philosophical, political, constructivist, and spiritual art collective. They recognized that they wanted to change the status-quo by mobilizing other artists to embrace their rightful role as agents and makers of culture. And they understood their mutual belief that change will not come from the System, but from self-starting artists who can flourish in a globalized, fast-paced, information-rich, and culturally underfunded world.

    It was with this sense of immediacy, oneness of mind, and certainty of mission, that the JADA Art Movement was born.

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  • 501-1000 attendees expected

    50% Male Attendees

    50% Female Attendees

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3 available packages from US$200 to US$2000


Recognition on our donor wall and email marketing

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Logo placement alongside all of our marketing materials and signage at the fair as our presenting sponsor

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